A Whole-Body Approach to Slowing Down Aging: Helping You Live Healthier and Longer

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iUniverse, Apr 13, 2011 - Health & Fitness - 208 pages

AGING IS INEVITABLE. Its a complicated process, and each of us experiences it in different ways. Its difficult to pinpoint why one person ages well while another person acts and looks older. In A Whole- Body Approach to Slowing Down Aging, author Dr. Liang-Che Tao presents a self-help guide that works toward protecting your health in your senior years and reducing the risk of age-related diseases.

Advocating a practical, whole-body approach, Tao discusses natural and nutritional ways of slowing, and possibly even reversing, the aging process. With the goal of living longer lives in disease-free, healthier bodies, A Whole-Body Approach to Slowing Down Aging helps you understand the

primary causes of aging;
nutritional needs for optimal immune functions;
wise use of antioxidants;
basics of cardiovascular disease and how to prevent it;
idea that osteoporosis can also be prevented;
background of age-related cancer;
importance of protecting the brain and keeping it healthy.

Life is mortal, and our bodies are designed to last only so long. In A Whole-Body Approach to Slowing Down Aging, Tao shows that with care and maintenance, our bodies will live well beyond their warranties.


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LIANG-CHE TAO is professor emeritus of pathology and radiology at the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Indiana. He is also emeritus fellow of the College of American Pathologists and emeritus fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Now retired, he lives in Camano Island, Washington.

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